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Over £2 billion has been earmarked for the automotive industry and £975 million for aerospace, supporting the manufacturing, supply chain and development of zero emission vehicles, and

National park officials within Wales have recently made a unanimous decision to exclusively use Welsh names for over 200 lakes and waterfalls, aiming to preserve and promote the region's


Newly commissioned data by the British Transport Police (BTP) reveals that more than a third of women using the railway in Britain face the likelihood of experiencing assault during their


Gennadiy Bogolyubov, a Ukrainian billionaire who once resided in a grand London mansion, reportedly made a £7 million payment to his wife, Sofia, in a bid to relocate her from the capital.

The north car park at the former Bristol Zoo might soon transform into what's been described as an "empty piece of asphalt" as the Zoo's parking license for this area on Clifton Down is set to


A recent study indicates a significant decline in cousin marriages within Bradford's Pakistani community over the past decade, citing reasons such as higher education, evolving family dynamics,


London-based businesses, grappling with the repercussions of the cost-of-living crisis, are advocating for relaxed Sunday trading regulations in the capital to alleviate financial strains.

A majestic 40-foot Sitka spruce, heralded as the perfect Christmas tree, has been felled in Northumberland's Kielder Forest in preparation for its grand journey to London, where it will stand

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt is reportedly contemplating a reduction in inheritance and business taxes as part of the upcoming Autumn Statement. This potential move, initially disclosed by the


The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan has announced a new programme to continue the city’s council housing revolution, as part of a new ambition to see boroughs buy 10,000 new homes over